Taiga is an open source, agile project management platform intended for smaller (fewer than 50) teams of developers, designers, project managers and other agile methodology practitioners in fields from marketing to engineering and beyond.
Applications include project collaboration, bug tracking (i.e., tracking tickets), reporting, time tracking and task management. Taiga also includes customizable agile functionality, such as Kanban boards and backlogs, as well as the ability to tracks user stories and sprints.
Taiga offers on-premise and Web-based deployments compatible with most operating systems, including iOS. The system is available as a free, self-hosted version in which projects are public, or paid plans in which projects remain private. Paid subscriptions are billed in monthly installments for up to 50 users. Pricing for more than 50 users will vary.
Taiga was named one of the top 10 Open Source Tools of 2014 by OpenSource.com.
Very easy to use. Most functionality is intuitive and does a great job of giving you visuals of each task. A better version of trello.
This is a great project for smaller teams and use cases. Like Trello, when getting into much more complex setups (different teams, projects within projects, sprints etc), the feature set isn't as developed as a product like JIRA or target process.
David from SetPay
Employees number: 11-50 employees
is a super easy to use product but with all the functionalities that a startup needs
The learning curve is minimal and greatly facilitates the use of non-technical profiles.
On the other side, its powerful api and the webhooks have allowed us to automate some processes.
perhaps it is very strict with the methodologies to use: it gives much importance to the estimation by points, etc ... but it is a good tool for both scrum and kanban
Luisana from Analiticom
Employees number: 51-200 employees
This tool has allowed me to organize, control and follow each of the assigned tasks for the execution of all my projects.
What I like most about software taiga is that it allows me to organize the tasks of my projects well and have control of them, since the programmer must indicate when a task is in progress or when the task is finished, besides allowing us to know the Development time of each one. It is also super useful because you can add the client and the same can see how the development of your project is and follow up.
Although I really like Taiga and I use it in all my projects, it would be interesting to have a mobile application, in which to have a summary of each project and be able to have the status without a computer necessarily.
Alberto from Option
I like the software and the features, but the user experience could use a little bit of polishing. Overall, the software is going on a good direction.
Orlando from MusicoGeek
Employees number: 1 employee
I used it with my diferents projects. I´m a musician and audio engineer, so it´s a great tool to integrate the different tasks and persons, online access and excelent UX. Highly recomended.
Simon from luminoso Consulting
Employees number: 10,000+ employees
It's super easy to use, introduce to a team and just super fun to work with. Go give it a try yourself!
Robert from HetConsultancyHuis
We use taiga for one year now. Sign up and choice Kanban or Agile template. Create user stories and begin ¿¿¿¿